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straighten up, she goes outside. about a minute later these men use a knife to order her back behind the counter. police say these men are responsible for robberies that could include attacks on towson and goucher students. karina is a friend of the victim. >> was she terrified? >> she have scared. she called me later on, at like1 1:00 telling me the fact that she was scared. one of them was standing behind her with the knife held out on her. i'm sure she's very happy that they didn't didn't hurt her. >> police captured the masked men just a few blocks away. >> we will not tolerate this and we will use every resource to do that. >> it put this community on end. >> you have to keep your guard up. it's not good. >> police have charged the men and this video will be key in their prosecution. >> reporter: the ages of the men are between 25 and 37 and police say they're responsible for the robberies of two dollar tree stores and a dunkin donuts. mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. back to you. >> thank you. police say the official investi. we will continue to follow it for you. stay with wj
. according to a gang expert, one of the many moneymakers. >> they use that money to help with their day-to-day activities. in other instances they pay a tax to the command structure of the black guerilla family gang. >> raids like this are happening all across the city as mayor stephanie rwalings-blake trying to rid her city of violent criminals. >> we've had these things in the works. this is simmer. we haven't even gotten the heatd ed yet. >> the state's attorney office has handed down 68 indictments in the last week with no plans to pull back on police raids. more are coming. >> police say the bloodshed on the streets, hundreds of people with fear. >> it's key in taking back the streets of baltimore. the gang expert we spoke with today said going to jail for many of these guys is like a badge of honor. i'm rochelle richie, wjz eyewitness news. >> as we reported, some gangs are run sex and smuggling operations from behind bars. wjz investigated further the corruption at the baltimore city detention center. what does the man at the top have to say? secretary gay maynard speaks out. it'
to dismantle the black guerilla family family using drug conspiracy and related charges. >> undercover officers quitely approached the home. we are there, cameras rolling as police go into action. >> hands up. hands up. get on the floor. down, down. >> residents living on rutlande up to the commotion. one of the intended targets is e the home. he's quickly handcuffed and tak. the raids are in response to the blood bath on city streets police is at the hands of black guerilla family gang members. police say they will arrest and prosecute the black guerilla family until they are all behind bars. rochelle richie, wjz eyewitness news. >> some suspecting gang members were arrested as part of those raids but what happens when they go to prison or jail? coming up, a wjz exclusive for you. vic carter will speak with the former security chief who will reveal how the gangs took control of the baltimore county detention center. it's a story of sex, smuggling and power and coming in about 20 minutes this morning. >>> relief efforts are picking up this morning in parts of the philippines hardest hit by th
light shower activity is going to start over the mountains and approach us. it's not going to be a big deal. you can see a wet snow flake at the end of it. look how mild it still is. 48 degrees, two shy of 50 on tv hill. we're pretty much at our high. it's 10 warmer than this time yesterday. by lunch 40, by bedtime 32 and continuing to fall. >>> here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> we have two issues. first of all, if you're traveli7 70 mount rooer ree -- mount erie road there's a deer in the road. speeds still good on the beltway and on 95. that's a live look outside at 95 just north of the beltway. there's a look at 295 southbound at 175 looking at some volume there. that is right near where we have that accident that we were telling you about. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. >>> thousands and thousands ares emergency workers begin to arrive in the philippines days after the monster typhoon there. wjz has complete coverage of the storm for you. mike schuh has more on marylanders still waiting to hear from missing lo
expand passenger use of portable electronic devices during all phases of flight. >> as long as devices are in airplane mode passengers with read, listen to music and watch videos. they still can't make calls or send texts. until now mobile devices couldn't be used until planes rose above 10,000 feet. >> why have it so serious for so long and then loosen up now? >> the faa has planned that using a electronic device poses safety threat and imposes with communication why change now? >> most commercial airplanes can tolerate interference. >> cases with low visibility you will be asked to turn off your device. >> i always believed that it was silly that we couldn't use our phones because they localized the circuit so it shouldn't interrupt communication with the pilot. i'm happy to see that someone else agrees. >> before airlines eases the rules it has to show the faa its planes can withstand the interference. >> flight attendants won't be seeing if your stuff is in airplane mode so passengers have to do their part. >> it is still unclear how many airlines will start following the faa rule
: prosecutors said they only used that special statute three times before. reporting live, mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. >> thank you. the family is said to be the sae gang that led a contraband smuggling operation at the baltimore city detention center. >>> an over night car crash in hunt valley leaves two people dead and four others injured. it happened just after 10:00 at the intersection of york road and thornton hill road. there's no word on who or what caused the wreck. the accident remains investigation. >>> city police made an arrest in the upper fells point murders that left two brothers dead. devon ferguson is charged with shooting and killed carl and kert berain. he shot both men in the head because he was upset that one of them had spoken to his girlfriend. it comes as the city sees its 200th murder of the year. >>> another person has been robbed near towson university. it's the third time in four days. police say a woman was walking on fairmont avenue when a tan nissan pulled up alongside her. two men got out and demanded her purse. her robberies follows robberies of a tows
's the best line of defense. don't question it, you have a good core quarterback. >> i would always use the long snapper if i was the quarterback. >> isn't that the truth. >>> mild day, 63. 53 now, 10 warmer than this time yesterday. >>> ron, let's talk about what we're doing and get into the break. when we get back we will talk about the ties. >> reporter: sounds good to me. excellent. it's been 2 years se big fire at the mount washington tavern. they reopened a year ago. they're having a big fundraiser tomorrow. we have mary and charles to talk about it for the benefit of firefighters. we'll tell you all about it when the eyewitness news ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> good morning. thanks for being with us. it's mild. 47 degrees, 89% humidity baromet .41. we still have this big dome of high pressure sitting on top of us. we were at 50 or 51, now down to 47. it's comfortable. we're going to have a frontal boundary move through the area tomorrow. gray skies today because of the warm air running over the cooler ground and water. tomorrow that front gives us gray skies and showers. 63 degrees is
dentist recommended that i use pronamel. pronamel will help protect the enamel from future erosion. >>> 6:00. a live look at spaghetti junction downtown with a fair amount of traffic on it. sharon is watching the other highways and byways. and marty with weather. >> 40 degrees. as you take a look at the map, it's going to translate to a bit warmer by six degrees than this time yesterday and almost exactly normal for this time of day on this day. 56 at lunch on its way to a high of 57. we'll be getting into the low 50s as it's getting darker earlier, as we move toward the dinnertime hours. don? >>> cold enough you may be reaching for the car heater. here's sharon. >> going -- good morning. i spoke too soon about no problems on the roads. we have two. one an accident in rosedale. just getting word of the one on golden rink. another at 29 at johns hopkins road if you're headed out on any of the major roadways speeds still looking good though overall. 55 as your average on the top and west side. 56 and 55 on 95 southbound. that is a look at the top side at harford road. there was a look at
in recovery efforts. >> the first waive of u.s. government aid arrived. >> food, water, it's always the basics they need. >> lewis is a red cross relief worker from boston headed to the philippines. >> it's my home country. i've seen a lot of devastationsn the philippines. it's emotional. it's part of the job. >> the devastation is so severe people are digging through the debris to find food as they wait for the much-needed help. susan mcginnis, wjz eyewitness news. >> here organizations are mobilizing relief efforts. catholic relief services and lutheran world relief are already sending over much-needed items and volunteers. >> we're told that it's as big a disaster in terms of its impact as the earthquake in hati and the indian ocean tsunami. we're looking a major disaster. >> among the items being acceptability out, 8,000 tarps to provide temporary shelters for those who lost their homes. >>> in this city a neighborhood shuts down for hours after a threat sends swat teams to under armor head quarters. it turned out to be a hoax. wjz and mike schuh is live with more on this. good morning, mi
there who wanted to give us all of the damages. there were people there who wanted to give us less than all of the damages. they just couldn't agree. >> the jury said the amount of the lawsuit was not the problem. >> actually, no, it wasn't the amount. it was the way that the verdict sheet was written. >> glen weinberg's attorneys said he hasn't decided whether he plans to sue again. i'm kai jackson reporting. back to you. >> thank you. it was in 2011 the board of physicians revoked midei's medical license. >>> anne arundel county police are releasing more information about the man behind bars accused of a major marijuana growing operation. officers this week arrested agustus stone. he is the ex-husband of singer lil mo. police found 158 marijuana plants inside his home in pasadena. they believe he distributed marijuana out of this house for the past 2 to 3 months. >>> today the local board of elections could determine the win over the annapolis mayor race. starting this morning 9:00 more than 300 absentee and provisional ballots will be counted. >>> it's the last showing for blockbuster.
is not a crime. government officials say he should return to the u.s. and be tried for his actions. >>> turning to football, more frustrations for the ravens and their fans, this time after a loss to the browns in cleveland. here is mark viviano. >> good morning. while the ravens had extra timet and regroup during their bye week and after they lost two games they declared it time to start a new chapter. >> the browns have been one of the worst franchises in the nfl. back up quarterback jason campbell on the pass to bess he fakes out web for a touchdown. doss fumbled a punt. the browns recover, sets up another score. campbell throws his third touchdown pass of the game, an easy toss to varnage. cleveland's losing streak about to come to an end. marlon brown was a bright spot for baltimore. he caught two touchdown passes. this one from joe flacco in the 4th quarter. they added a two point conversion. that made it 21-18. the ravens couldn't do anymore than that. flacco was sacked five times. the offense continues to sputter. a rare loss to the browns 24-18. their record falls to 3-5. >> i thought
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